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11:00 AM ET, May 23, 2019

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Ryan Browne / CNBC:
Ireland's Data Protection Commission, the lead EU supervisory authority for Google, announces investigation into Google's online advertising data collection  —  KEY POINTS  — Ireland's Data Protection Commission says its probe will examine whether Google's processing of data in advertising transactions breaches EU privacy rules.
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Jessica Davies / Digiday:
Companies that have taken a strict approach to GDPR feel punished by falling ad revenues while rivals flourished, and are now loosening their terms  —  Complacency is a dangerous mistress.  But it's a trap many companies are in danger of falling into when it comes to the General Data Protection Regulation …
Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube announces that it will round down real-time subscriber counts starting August, and exact subscriber counts will no longer be displayed  —  Sites like Social Blade may be impacted  —  YouTube is introducing a major change to the way real-time subscriber counts are displayed …
Donie O'Sullivan / CNN:
Ev Williams says Fox News is more powerful and destructive than Twitter and the posting of false claims is part of the tradeoff of an open platform like Medium  —  Toronto (CNN Business)President Donald Trump is a “master” of Twitter, according to the company's co-founder Ev Williams.
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Alex Heath / Cheddar:
Source says Medium has 200K-400K paying subscribers, which at $50 per user amounts to a minimum of $10M per year from subscriptions alone
Marc Tracy / New York Times:
Jay Fielden out as Esquire editor in chief after three years as part of a reshuffling under Hearst Magazine President Troy Young  —  Jay Fielden is leaving his position as Esquire's editor in chief, a job he held three years, he and Hearst Magazines announced Thursday.
Discussion: WWD and New York Post
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Restrictions on political coverage during voting places UK broadcasters in a precarious legal situation as they cover cabinet resignations during EU elections  —  Strict broadcasting laws place restrictions on coverage of politics during voting periods  —  Attempts by Conservative MPs …
Discussion: @martinbelam
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Avaaz study finds extensive far-right disinformation networks on Facebook ahead of EU elections; Facebook says it removed 77 Pages and 230 accounts in response  —  A multi-month hunt for political disinformation spreading on Facebook in Europe suggests there are concerted efforts to use …
Emily Cadei / Sacramento Bee:
McClatchy names Kristin Roberts vice president of news as of May 27, making her the first woman to lead McClatchy's news division  —  Kristin Roberts, one of four regional editors and executive editor for politics at McClatchy, has been named vice president of news, the company announced Wednesday.
 
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Evan Sernoffsky / San Francisco Chronicle:
Under fire for raid on Bryan Carmody's home, SF's Police Chief claims Carmody took part in a criminal conspiracy to steal an internal police report
James Walker / Press Gazette:
Brexit Party says ban on Channel 4 reporters has been lifted; Channel 4 News denies claims reporters “repeatedly lied” to gain access to a secure area at rally